1. California PG&E Hearing Turns Into Protest Against Utility  Yahoo! Finance News
  2. Raucous protests against California utility PG&E that is facing wildfire claims  NBC News
  3. California utility may have to turn off power to prevent wildfires, re-inspect entire grid, judge proposes  Fox News
  4. As protesters rip it, state Public Utilities Commission begins work on allowing utilities to recoup wildfire costs from customers  The Mercury News
  5. The Power Of Monopoly: PG&E's Plan To Keep The Lights On  Seeking Alpha
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Drowned out by cries of “murder,” “perjury” and “manslaughter” from about a dozen protesters, commissioners led by CPUC President Michael Picker unanimously agreed to open proceedings to develop a so-called stress test for utilities’ wildfire costs. The goal is to see how big a financial blow companies

Protesters at a state Public Utilities Commission hearing read the names of the 86 people who died in the Camp Fire and urging California lawmakers not to bail out PG&E.

Embattled Northern California utility Pacific Gas & Electric Co. may be ordered to inspect its electric grid and turn off power during windy conditions to prevent wildfires this year, a federal judge proposed Wednesday.

PG&E is currently under investigation for their potential involvement in several wildfires, including the costliest one of 2018. The company cannot afford the l